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What are the common pitfalls that you have seen for new testers?
For new testers the common pitfalls that I have seen are:
– Start to test without a good understanding of the requirements.
– Not to cover a complete range of scenarios from a user perspective.
– Difficulty to share steps to reproduce issues with developers.
– Duplicate efforts on certain issues that has not been implemented yet.
– Don’t have automated tests in place for features that were already tested.
I did some of them myself when I was starting as a tester!
Adding to the list…
Not being able to dig further into an issue to isolate a problem
Not understanding the importance of documentation
Dealing with rejected defects
Unable to get your point across to the developers
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